I am proud of my kids, but I also want to make my mom proud of me. I'm still a momma's girl at the heart of the situation.
I just wanna thank all those amazing Internet bloggers out there that hate me day-to-day. I love you! You rock!
I just want to have a great relationship with my child and have a great family dynamic.
I love my mom. My mom loves me. We don't have an easy relationship. I don't think we ever will, but I'd rather have a complicated, misunderstood relationship than have no relationship at all.
I need to work to support my family.
I thought that once we were out of the baby stage, parenting would be a breeze.
I want to be a cool mom.
I want to be a loving mom.
I want to be a mom who listens.
I want to be a positive role-model for my daughter. The last thing I want to put out there is that it's acceptable to be too thin or have an eating disorder because you're in Hollywood.
I would eat healthy at times and pig out at times. But I never had to go on a strict diet plan.
I'm all for same-sex marriage.
I'm not happy not doing anything. When positive things are rolling in, you've got to take them when you can get them.
It was, you know, probably 80 degrees out in L.A., and my dad took me outside and there was snow. At the time, I thought, 'Every kid doesn't have snow in their backyard on Christmas?'
It would be pretty funny to see a Beverly Hills white girl with mad rap skills.
My kids will grow up in a house knowing that it's perfectly normal for two men to be in love, it's perfectly normal for two women to be in love. My kids will grow up knowing it's all about love. It doesn't matter who you're with and everyone should have that experience.
People are always saying that Hollywood messes up kids. I'm like, 'No, families mess up kids!' I grew up in Hollywood, and I'm perfectly fine. If my children want to go into the entertainment business, I won't stop them, as long as they're passionate about it.
Sometimes I do envision just being a stay at home mom but not working isn't an option for me currently.
Sometimes, when I'm alone, I put on six inch heels and wear nothing else and dance around in front of the mirror and do my little stripper dance.
There are days when I struggle with wanting to be a full-time, stay-at-home mom, and feeling guilty about that because I work.
We are a very crafty family.
Whenever something happens that makes me laugh or if I remember something in the middle of the night that I want to share, I jot the experience down.
You know, you only get one family, and you have to make it work.